Jordan Sartorio, 42, had been living with his ex-wife, Miraflora, and they were trying to work on their relationship, according to police.
A gay marriage, longtime Dodgers announcer Vin Scully and Meatball the bear all featured in the 125th annual Rose Parade.
It was a year scarred by tragedy and marred by scandal, but not without its lighter moments. We look back at some of the stories you viewed the most.
Downtown LA's new Grand Park is hoping to kickstart a tradition of annual New Year's Eve events tonight. Organizers are hoping for a big turnout.
A big pothole on the connector from Los Angeles's southbound Interstate 5 to east Interstate 10 freeway has damaged dozens of vehicles.
About 80 firefighters responded to the large blaze just before noon.
Volunteers help teach California residents about wildlife, hunting and conservation programs
Supporters of the Michigan State University and Stanford University football teams plan to sort and pack food for the needy on the eve of the Rose Bowl game.
LAX has created an emergency response team to tend to passengers after a major incident, in response to criticisms that people were stranded after the Nov. 1 shooting.
New Year's Day 2014 will mark the 100th Rose Bowl game, a milestone in the storied history of the tournament. Here's a few things you may not know.
A California judge has ordered a 13-year-old girl declared brain dead to be kept on life support until Jan. 7.
Are you planning to brave the crowds and see the Rose Parade in person? Here's how to do it and how to send us you photos of the parade.
The agency issued a ban Monday on 31 million acres of state property and private land in seven counties.
A small plane crashed in Los Angeles Sunday and took out two high-voltage lines and one residential line.
A nativity scene on the lawn of Claremont's United Methodist Church is creating some post-Christmas angst.
Los Angeles county officials hired dozens of police officers rejected for jobs at the sheriff's department after investigators found evidence of dishonesty or past misconduct.